Heat pumps are essentially air conditioning systems, with a few key differences. In this blog, the local heating and air conditioning contractors at McMaster Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc share an overview of how heat pumps work.
Your heat pump and air conditioning system need refrigerant to generate both hot and cold air. Taking precautions against refrigerant leaks can prevent various problems. In this blog, local heating and air conditioning company McMaster Heating and Air Conditioning, inc discusses signs that your HVAC refrigerant is leaking and what you should do about it.
Even though winter isn’t quite finished, it’s never too late to start thinking about your heating and air conditioning goals for spring. The spring season can be a big challenge for indoor air quality (IAQ), as the plants and flowers around your home begin releasing large amounts of pollen into the air. While your air filters are […]
Heating and air conditioning bills account for about 15% of the monthly expenses of commercial properties. This might not sound like such a big percentage, but if you consider how much of this amount is waste due to heat loss and other inefficient practices, you’ll be surprised at just how much money is essentially being thrown away. […]
It’s that time of the year again when your heating and air conditioning will be switching on to help warm up homes across the state. This time around, instead of constantly cranking up the thermostat, you may find it helpful to explore new and effective ways to make your home cozier without increasing your heating […]